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US History Quiz #3

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when was the sugar act? April 5, 1764
What was the sugar act? A law placed by british parliament, set a tax on sugar and molasses
why did England enforce a tax financial instability from the french and indian war
when was the stamp act march 22 1765
what was the stamp act a tax on all printed papers
what is a nonimportation agreement to boycott or not except british goods
when were nonimportation agreements 1765
who were the sons of liberty led by sam adams, initiate to protest the stamp act, diff cities, not always peaceful
who was sam adams master of propaganda
when was the stamp act congress 1765
what was the stamp act congress held in new york city to say tax is no good, britain can not tax them
when was the declaratory act 1766
what was the declaratory act a act that repealed the stamp act yet stated they could tax whoever they wanted
when was the townshend acts 1767
what were the townshend acts placed duties on lead paint tea glass and dyes
what was a writ of assistance basically a search warrant
how many are killed in the boston massacre 5 killed
when was the boston massacre march 5 1770
who is john adams defense attorney for redcoats believed they deserved a righteous trial
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